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DA Dismisses Kidnapping Charges Related to July Protest

All remaining felony and misdemeanor charges have been dropped against five who blocked the entrance to a police station during a protest.

Snapchat and the First Amendment

In a case heard Wednesday, the U.S. Supreme Court considered whether a public school can punish a student for her off-campus, online speech

Regina Rodriguez Appears for Judicial Nomination Hearing

Regina Rodriguez appeared before the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee for her first hearing regarding her nomination for a federal judge seat
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As Amtrak Eyes Front Range, Questions Remain About Rail in Colorado

The announcement of Amtrak expansion in Colorado came amid speculation about how the American Jobs Plan could bolster national rail networks
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Biden Commission to Consider Supreme Court Reform

President Biden has established a commission on the Supreme Court, opening up a pathway for formal debate about potential reforms
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Pandemic Brings Unpredictability for Commercial Property Assessments

County assessors in Colorado will send out notices of...
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Colorado Supreme Court Considers New Rules on Foreign-Educated Attorneys

The state Supreme Court held a hearing on rule changes intended to make it easier for foreign-trained attorneys to practice in the state

Colorado Supreme Court Hears EDI Comments

Black and Hispanic felony defendants face a “persistent set of disadvantages” compared to white defendants, according to a new report
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Study Details Racial Differences in Outcomes of Denver Prosecutions

Black and Hispanic felony defendants face a “persistent set of disadvantages” compared to white defendants, according to a new report
Gregory Scott

Gregory Kellam Scott, Colorado’s First Black Justice Dies

Gregory Scott, Colorado's ‘first and only’ Black justice leaves lasting legacy on profession and people.

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